This sale is for 2 matching vintage samsonite suitcases. Can be used or displayed. I had them nicely stacked above a book case but I have to move. Both are trapezoid. One is 7" on the top and 8 at the bottom. 13 tall and 21 wide. Â Â The other is 6.5 at the top and 8.5 at the bottom. 15 tall and also 21 wide.Â Please let me know if any questions. Â
If you’re a collector of vintage Samsonite luggage, you’ll need to know how to clean a vintage Samsonite suitcase. Learning how to clean a vintage Samsonite suitcase is going to depend on what kind of suitcase you have. Most vintage Samsonite luggage comes in two varieties: leather and plastic hard case. The methods you use to clean a vintage suitcase are going to depend on the kind of suitcase you have. The plastic, hard case is the easiest of the two kinds to clean. It can get a little trickier when it comes to cleaning a vintage Samsonite suitcase that is made of leather. Leather is always a difficult fabric to clean and vintage leather is no exception. When you are getting ready to clean a vintage Samsonite suitcase, it’s important to be gentle and cater to the fabric that your vintage Samsonite suitcase is made of.
At the food of the bed, I added an old West Elm throw. We purchased it 5 or 6 years ago and it’s still going strong. I love that it brought a bit more of the gray into the space, and added a cozy touch. A vintage Samsonite suitcase that was in my garage is there just to add some warmth.
A vintage Samsonite suitcase. The metal label on the top reads “Shwayder Bros. Inc. – Samsonite – Denver, Colorado”. The piece has a keyhole and two latches, one on each end. The two back hinges are affixed to curving supports. The original advertisement is within the case, and a curtained-off section is still in place on the upper lid. A tag sewn to the interior reads “Samsonite Luggage – Style 4916 – Shwayder Bros., Inc., Denver”. Side pockets and restraining ties are secured in the bottom of the case.